With a lot of photos captured via smart phones every year, it is very important for most to find the right gadget to have whether it be the iPhone 5s, Lumia 1020 or the Galaxy S4. As Apple recently introduced their most recent iPhone 5s with a much better camera feature, it would be better to compare it with other smartphones of today which have hot cameras as well.
Apple iPhone 5s
The new iPhone 5s has similar 8MP as the original however each pixel of it this time is larger, according to Apple. It also comes with a bigger lens opening which means you can shoot better even during evenings and indoors. It also has fresh features like the burst mode. Not to mention its slow motion video feature and a brand new flash system with 2 LED lights to come up with a more impressive image. It has an all automatic exposure control. Its internal memory ranges from 16, 32 and 64 GB. Its screen measures 4 inches with a resolution of 1136 x 640.
Samsung Galaxy S4
This smartphone has 13MP camera with 12 shooting modes. It also includes other modes like the panorama and night shot among others. Its exposure is set in all automatic with memory of 16 to 32 GB. You can add more to its storage with the help of a micro SD card. Its phone screen is set at 5 inches with a resolution of 1920x1080.
Nokia Lumia 1020
This Lumia model comes with a jaw dropping 41MP sensor with very sharp f2.2 lens. It is made by the popular Carl Zeiss, a world class German lens manufacturer. With this smartphone, you can get to adjust its white balance, focus and even its shutter speed. It has 32GB of internal memory but it cannot accommodate any additional memory storage. Its screen is set at 4.5 inches and a resolution of 1280x768.
According to Jefferson Graham of USA Today, the new iPhone 5s may not always be on top of the camera feature battle but overall, it has been consistent in producing best results. It may not have produced images that are as sharp as the Lumia's but still it makes the user happy to use it.
What is your favourite smartphone camera?
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